Former UFC Fighter, Iraq War Vet Gives A Lesson Of A Lifetime To The NFL Anthem Protesters (Video)

Everybody knows that Colin Kaepernick’s polarizing decision to protest the national anthem was a stupid thing to do! Honoring and respect the flag of our nation is also paying respect for those who paid the ultimate sacrifice to keep of nation safe and free. The NFL players become a bunch of grown men making millions throwing around a pigskin, spitting in the face of the person who gives them the ability to make fortunes from doing nothing that contributes to society!

Today a great American patriot Tim Kennedy who is also a Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter and Iraq War veteran decided to give the NFL anthem protesters lesson of a lifetime!

“I guess we’re lost,” Kennedy said. “We’re a split nation [with] people on both sides of the topic.”

He said players could benefit from attempting to understand why the flag and anthem mean so much to the men and women who have served and sacrificed for the United States.

“To have the national anthem come on and you use that as an opportunity to disrespect the flag while trying to promote some issues, it’s the wrong time,” Kennedy said.


“That is a conversation that should be happening, but not at the expense and not at the cost of insulting one of the most important pieces of who we are as Americans.”

Watch more in the video below:

Football is a sport played by athletics paid millions to do for the entertainment of the fans. It has nothing do do with politics, the Flag or the National Anthem.

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Alex Hall

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